Keepers at Linton Zoo near Cambridge are caring for dozens of newly hatched Sulcata Giant Tortoises.
Sulcatas are the largest mainland species of tortoise. They can weight upto 95kg and grow to 90 cm long.
Tortoises are some of the longest lived creatures on the planet.
The Sulcata is found in the wild from the West to the East coast of Central Africa.
Linton Zoo in Cambridgeshire is experiencing something of a baby boom.
Among the new arrivals are an albino red-necked wallaby joey which is now fully out of the pouch and can often be seen with the rest of the wallaby and red kangaroo mob
The zoo's adult female red kangaroo also has a baby in her pouch.
Other arrivals include 6 Indian Star tortoises which have recently hatched. Their parents ended up at the zoo after they were seized by customs officials.
Zoo hosts photo-shoot
Linton Zoo in Cambridgeshire has been welcoming photographers for behind the scenes photo-shoots.
40 photos which were taken during the events have been entered into a photography competition.
The zoo says the standard of entries was outstanding. The winning shot of Zuri the lion was taken by Ellis Hall of Cambridge.